Definition of Phytanes

1. phytane [n] - See also: phytane



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phytanes

physometra
physophorae
physopod
physopoda
physopods
physopyosalpinx
physostegia
physostigma
physostigmine
physostigmine salicylate
physostigmines
physostomi
physostomous
phytanate
phytane
phytanes (current term)
phytanic
phytanic acid
phytanic acid alpha-oxidase
phytanic acid storage disease
phytanoyl-CoA ligase
phytanoyl-coenzyme A hydroxylase
phytanyl
phytase
phytases
phytate
phytates
phytelephantoid
phytelephas
phytic acid

Literary usage of Phytanes

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1. Bibliotheca Classica: Or, A Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms by John Lemprière, John David Ogilby (1839)
"phytanes, certain magistrates at Athens, who presided over the senate, and had the privilege of assembling it when they pleased, festivals excepted. ..."

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